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MUSICAL page 73

styles at the April 10 meeting
and scholarship winners will be
on the agenda for the club's in-
stallation luncheon May 31.
Since it started, the group
has grown from 18 to 300 mem-
bers, and other music-support-
ing programs have been initi-
ated.
Music for Israel supports mu-
sic therapy at the Alyn Ortho-
pedic Hospital and Rehabilita-
tion Center, a scholarship in
performance at the Jerusalem
Rubin Academy of Music and
Dance, a scholarship in musi-
cology at Hebrew University
and activities at Matan, a sum-
mer camp for the performing
arts.
As a musical outreach pro-
gram, the Music Study Club
choral group performs at nurs-
ing homes and before commu-
nity groups. Singers meet dili-
gently every Thursday morning
at the Southfield Civic Center
to rehearse light classics and
show tunes for upcoming con-
certs.
Many talented Michigan mu-
sicians placed in concerts or on
scholarship by the club have
moved on to national and in-
ternational stardom: Joseph Sil-
verstein, now musical director
of the Utah Symphony; Neil
Stulberg, music director of the
New Mexico Symphony; and
touring artists such as soprano
Maria Ewing, violinist Ida
Kavafian and pianist Ruth
Laredo.
Corliss Rosenberg, concert
chairman, currently is scouting

Opera Lite
Will Perform

A cabaret concert will be held
at the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center Feb. 19 at
8:30 p.m.
Featured singers in this show
will be Maria Cimmarelli, Bet-
sy Bronson, Karl Schmidt,
Mark Vondrak and director/ac-
companist, Kevin Bylsma, per-
forming the music of Jerome
Kern, Andrew Lloyd Webber,
Stephen Sondheim, Rodgers
and Hart, and Harold Arlen.
These singers are all regional
Metropolitan Opera Competi-
tion finalists.
Refreshments will be served
at each table in a cabaret set-
ting. Reservations are required
before Feb. 16. No tickets will
be sold at the door. There is an
admission charge. For reserva-
tions and information, call the
Cultural Arts Department, 661-
7631.
This concert is made possi-
ble, in part, by the Julius Cha-
jes Music Fund Concert Series,
the Manny and Natalie
Charach Endowment Fund at
the JCC and the HomeHealth
Exchange.

a young musician to spotlight
in the annual artist concert be-
ing planned for fall, hopefully
boosting another career.
"I joined the Music Study Club
in 1973 after going to a meeting
in the neighborhood," Ms.
Rosenberg recalled. "A friend
called and said someone was
performing at a home, and I re-
ally ought to hear this person.
"I went and found that it was
a pre-concert rally and learned
something about the club. I
thought it would fit my inter-
ests since I'd been studying pi-
ano for some time and my two
sons were studying piano.
"What I found, along with the
scholarship program that im-
pressed me, was terrific com-
panionship."
For information about up-
coming concerts, call Joan Rose,
543-2036. LI

Mostly Brahms
Concert Set

The Lyric Chamber Ensemble
will celebrate Cupid's arrival
one day early with a pre-Valen-
tine's Day concert of romantic
chamber music 3:30 p.m. Feb.
13 at the Grosse Pointe War.
Memorial.
DSO assistant principal vio-
list James Van Valkenburg,
mezzo-soprano Irina Lekht-
man, violinist Stephen Shipps
and pianist Fedora Horowitz
will team up for an afternoon of
"Mostly Brahms," with a little
Mozart for charm and good
measure.
Tickets are available at the
door or by calling the Lyric
Chamber Ensemble, 357-1111.

Musical Revue
At The JCC

"Tedd E. Bear Does Broadway"
is an original revue of some
modern, Broadway, blockbuster
musicals. The cast consists of
42 local young artists in a vari-
ety of selections.
The show will open on Feb.
13 and continue through Feb.
27 on Sundays; show times are
2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at Maple-
Drake Campus.

Music Month
Celebration

On Feb. 18, the Sholem Ale-
ichem Institute will celebrate
Jewish Music Month by spon-
soring folk singer Benes
Opengeyn. Accompanying him-
self on the concertina, Mr.
Opengeyn will present Yiddish,
Hebrew and Russian songs.
The meeting, which will be
held at the Franklin Pointe club-
house, will start at 8:30 p.m.

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